Data Gathering - Interaction Design (Ch. 7) by Preece, Sharp, Rogers.
  1. What are the trade-offs between gathering data with notes, camera, audio, and video?
  2. Unstructured interviews are easy to run - why not always use them?
  3. Structured interviews make sure you get the information you need - why not always use them?
  4. How would you modify your interview techniques when talking to children?
  5. Why would you use a questionnaire instead of an interview?
  6. What is QUIS and when would you use it?
  7. Survey Monkey and other online questionnaires are so easy to deploy, why not just use these all the time?
  8. What is the "think-aloud" technique?
  9. Logging application usage is another apparently simple technique? What are the strengths and weaknesses of this technique?
  10. What is wrong with this Likert scale?
The use of color is excellent (1 represents strongly disagree and 6 represents strongly agree): 1 [ ] 2 [ ] 3 [ ] 4 [ ] 5 [ ] 6 [ ]